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Ladoo Bai, who is in her late 50s, was identified as a potential artist by J Swaminathan during his research tours through the tribal districts of Madhya Pradesh. She packs her paintings densely, encrypting them with trees and animals, some of which have a symbolic significance. Among these, she fits in occasional human beings who have been scaled down in relation to nature, although they are hunters and cultivators who could bring down the edifice of the natural with a few cataclysmic gestures. The effect of her orchestration of image-density is to communicate a bursting fullness of regenerative power. Ladoo Bai develops her figures as if through layers of embroidery: sometimes, she allows the trailing branches of a tree to form a partial border around her ensemble of motifs. Ladoo bai has exhibited at Pundole Art Gallery, as well as at Rob Dean Art ltd, london in September 2010.

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Ladoo Bai

Untitled, Acrylic on Canvas, 37" x 62"


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Ladoo Bai

Untitled, Acrylic on Canvas, 36" x 60"

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